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Are you looking to broaden your reach in the community? Whether you’re new to XPX or a loyal veteran, volunteering is a great way to increase your visibility and strengthen relationships with fellow members. Our local chapters are always looking for experts like you to step into leadership roles and showcase your background. Each committee…

We can’t wait for you to experience the cleaner, brighter and more user-friendly feel of our new platform! The site is designed to give you and your company greater visibility. Here are three things you should know: Emails from XPX will now come from my.exitplanningexchange.com—please adjust your email settings! Your new profile can have a…

Thank you for your support in the last year as we’ve worked together to pull through the pandemic. This feels like a good moment to take stock of where we are and how we can meet your needs moving into the future. The survey consists of one required and 20 optional, confidential questions and is…

Two new member profile fields options for your profile: Disclaimer: If you work for a regulated firm and adding a disclaimer would enable you to get permission to have a public profile on XPX, please send us the language and we will add it to your profile. New areas of expertise: Cooperative business models, Worker cooperatives. It’s…

XPX is a valuable network of very experienced advisors to privately-held businesses. It can be a little intimidating to emerging professionals. But as good exit planners, we know that your firms need to develop your advisors and give them career advancement opportunities. That’s why many of our Chapters have specific membership and/or content alternatives for…

Your XPX Member profile is a powerful way to make it easy for people to find you and connect with you. But please know that we have a clear privacy policy and give you a lot of control over what information other members and the general public see. To get started in seeing and/or editing…

XPX LOGO MEMBER BADGE If you’ve been in your profile lately, you might have seen this new downloadable logo and member badge. Our platform calls it an image for smartphones but it has many more uses than that! The file is in a .png format is suitable for adding to your pitch books, brochures, websites…

We are pleased to introduce the Informed Inclusion Book Club as a forum for XPX members and guests who want to grow in their knowledge and understanding and take meaningful steps in combating racism, sexism, and other biases and discrimination through education and self-awareness to achieve greater equity and inclusion in our country, in our firms, and…

We’ve been working to enable our members to easily add events to your calendar. It’s now available for all events. In your confirmation email, you’ll see this notice:  TWO STEPS TO ADD TO YOUR CALENDAR COPY THE VIRTUAL LOGIN INFO FOR THE EVENT: For virtual events, you will need the secure login below. You can add the login to your…

Our virtual power networking program has deep roots in the history of XPX. It’s been an important way that members get to know each other better.  Collaboration takes this kind of investment to be able to know and trust another advisor (and for them to know and trust you).  Here’s a great story about the…

Work continues on our new XPX website. On the new site, we’ll be featuring our members’ names, photos and statements about “Why I’m a member of XPX.” We’d love to feature your profile! To take advantage of this added visibility, all you have to do is add a 200-character statement to your profile. The field is at the…

Call me when…. We are in the early stages of updating our website. One thing we are doing is changing the “Call me when” section of member profiles. It appears as a shorthand way for people to get a sense of who you are and why you might be a fit for their clients. Originally, we did…

HOW TO GET MORE INVOLVED IN XPX – VOLUNTEER!  Volunteering is a great way to increase your visibility in XPX and get to know a broader group of members. Each committee has a number of specific jobs. Here are just a few examples of ways you can get involved. To volunteer, talk to one of…

During these challenging times, XPX has continued our (now virtual) operations at a strong clip. As I’ve been saying, our clients need us more than ever and we need each other more than ever. The good news is that we provide many ways to help you see and be seen virtually: Attend meetings and sign up for power networking at your…

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